Vinciguerria nimbaria (micronekton), environment and tuna: their relationships in the Eastern Tropical Atlantic

@inproceedings{LebourgesDhaussy2000VinciguerriaN,
  title={Vinciguerria nimbaria (micronekton), environment and tuna: their relationships in the Eastern Tropical Atlantic},
  author={Anne Lebourges-Dhaussy and Emile Marchal and Christophe Menkes and Gis{\`e}le Champalbert and Benjamin Biessy},
  year={2000}
}
  • Anne Lebourges-Dhaussy, Emile Marchal, +2 authors Benjamin Biessy
  • Published 2000
  • Geology
  • Abstract Micronekton is a major component of oceanic tuna diet. Within micronekton species, Vinciguerria nimbaria , was found to constitute the main forage fish for tuna in the [10–20° W, 0–5° N] area where a large seasonal tuna fishery occurs. The relationships linking the Vinciguerria abundance, its spatial distribution and behaviour to its dynamical or biological environment, were investigated as part of the Picolo program, devoted to the study of the mechanisms leading to the high seasonal… CONTINUE READING

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